ZIFFTours 2015 Program OUT…

ZIFFTours is back in Bulawayo Following hot on the steps of the successful Documation themed ZIFF2015, the Zimbabwe International Film & Festival Trust (ZIFFT) is proud to host the screening of great films from 18 to 20 October.

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ZIFFT’s mandate is to drive the development of film in Zimbabwe; which we execute through four key programmes: Zimbabwe International Film Festival (ZIFF) and ZIFFTours, Short Film Project (SFP), Outreach2Educate (o2e), and Film Forum (FF). ZIFFT is now a leading film development institution; while ZIFF is now a premier film festival in Africa.

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The main event is the Opening Night on Friday, 18 December, where we will screen a short film “Freedom”, written by Bulawayo writer Nigel Ndlovu. This high quality film is produced by ZIFFT’s Short Film Project (SFP), and features an all Bulawayo cast and crew.

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The ZIFFToursvenues will include the Elite 400 in the Central Business District; High Density Suburbs, including screening during Ibumba Festival at Stanley Hall in Makokoba. Our Outreach2Educate (o2e) programme will also reach out to Amagugu Cultural Centre in Matobo as we continue taking film to the people.

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In recognition of the “Jour le plus Court”, a French national event to promote short films, ZIFFT and Alliance Française de Bulawayo will screen a series of 10 short silent films.

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Here is the Program Below

FRIDAY 18 DECEMBER

OPENING NIGHT

Venue: Elite 400
Time: 5:30 – 8:00pm
Films:”Freedom”; “The Collector”; “Cold Harbour”

SATURDAY 19TH DECEMBER

MPOPOMA YOUTH CENTRE, MPOPOMA
Time: 6:00 – 8:00 pm

Films:”Freedom”; “The Collector”; “Rough Aunties”

IBUMBA FESTIVAL – STANLEY HALL, MAKOKOBA
Time: 8:00 – 10:00pm
Films:”Freedom”; “The Collector”; “Journey Home”

SUNDAY 20 DECEMBER

AMAGUGU CULTURAL CENTRE, MATOBO
Time: 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Films:”Freedom”; “The Collector”; “Rough Aunties”

SALUKAZI ARTS CENTRE, NJUBE

Time: 6:00 – 8:00 pm

Films:”Freedom”; “The Collector”; “Cold Harbour